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Topic - Leonard Sipes Jr.
Mr. Sipes said when alerted of Mr. Jiminez' return, the agency did make contact with his family in the District and "information was exchanged," but no one was able to contact or find Mr. Jiminez.
Understanding that Mr. Jiminez was a potential danger to himself and others if he returned to the D.C. area, CSOSA kept in contact with Mr. Jiminez and his family in New York through twice-a-month phone calls and emails, Mr. Sipes said.